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    Can't I Get All My Nutrition from Food?

    A healthy diet is the most important consideration when it comes to proper nutrition. Nothing is more important in regard to nutrition. You should strive to eat a diet consisting of whole foods, low in sugar and processed items. However, the belief that all of your nutrition needs are easily covered with the foods you eat, is false.  

    What the Research Tells Us

    Nearly everyone lacks adequate nutrition in their diet. The Journal of Family Practice determined that nearly 90% of us don’t get adequate nutrition from the foods we eat:  “With the high general awareness of the importance of good nutrition to overall health, many physicians might be surprised to learn that more than 90% of Americans —and therefore, physicians’ patients as well—fall short in obtaining even the Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) or Adequate Intake (AI) for at least one vitamin or mineral (micronutrients) in their diets. This deficit is particularly striking considering that EARs are a lower “nutritional bar” compared to the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) or Daily Values (DVs) used on food labels.”

    This journal is written for medical doctors in the US and Canada. The journal consolidated the results from multiple nutrition studies and found that: “the majority of Americans fall short in obtaining recommended levels of one or more vitamins and minerals in their diets. Some nutrient inadequacies – specifically those involving calcium, potassium, dietary fiber, and vitamin D – were noted as “public health concerns” in the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.”

    This is where nutrition supplements such as multivitamins and probiotics are of tremendous benefit.

    Nutrition Insurance

    Quality nutrition supplements are like a daily insurance policy for a healthy diet. The idea isn’t to get all of your nutrition from supplements. They are “supplemental” as their name indicates and they an effective way to address the gaps in your diet. Your diet likely varies a from day today, and you may even have days where you “fall off the wagon” and treat yourself to a day of birthday cake, beer or pizza. It happens, and there’s no shame in it. 

    Unless you are extremely disciplined and intentional in your diet, it is very difficult to consume optimal amounts of Omega-3s, Vitamin D3, and Magnesium consistently. Omega-3 fatty acids are mainly acquired from fatty cold-water fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines. Are you eating these foods every day? According to the CDC, 23 million Americans have a “severe” Vitamin D deficiency and approximately 80% of the population is deficient in Magnesium. Nutrition supplements are a sensible and easy way to cover these nutrients needs.

    Furthermore, proper nutrition is a DAILY concern. Particular vitamins and minerals are water-soluble, meaning they need to dissolve in water for your body to absorb them. Your body flushes out excess amounts when you urinate, which is beneficial because it makes but greatly reduces the risk of toxicity from overconsumption, but it also means that the stores need to be replenished daily. Once again, nutrition supplements make sense as a daily insurance policy.

    BoxJump 360

    A single multivitamin pill cannot address the full spectrum of nutrition needs and is inadequate nutrition insurance. Adequate amounts of Vitamin D3, Magnesium and Omega-3 typically require individual supplements. They cannot all be crammed into a single multivitamin, let alone address all of your other daily nutrition needs.

    This is why we created BoxJump 360Each daily nutrition pack contains optimized quantities of vitamins and minerals, Omega-3s, green nutrients, antioxidants, and a unique probiotic formula that aids in the absorption of nutrients.